Montana June 30, 2016
These 9 Unique Places To Stay In Montana Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience
When you travel, do you prefer to pay for a place just to rest your head, or do you enjoy spending some time in your new surroundings? If you prefer the latter, skip the standard hotel experience next time and try something unique. Montana has plenty of one-of-a-kind spots to stay, and these 9 are perfect examples of off-the-beaten-path accommodations.
1. The Shire of Montana, Trout Creek.
Here’s your chance to stay in a genuine hobbit house. The owners of this adults-only retreat have spared no expense to make it a truly magical experience, and it comes equipped with all the comforts of home (and some fairies and elves, too).
2. Blackfoot Tipi Village, Browning.
There are tipis for rent all over Montana, but the Blackfoot Tipi Village offers a shower house and a lounge for visitors to use.
3. A canvass treehouse, Coram.
It doesn’t get much more unique than sleeping in a treehouse. This one is located a few miles from Glacier National Park, so you can work the experience into your park visit.
4. The Lazy E Ranch Bunkhouse, Bozeman.
This little bunkhouse is pretty rustic—there’s running water and an outhouse outside to use. But with 11 acres of forest and hiking trails nearby, you won’t mind spending much of your time enjoying the outdoors. Plus, there’s an outdoor shower, which is a truly unique experience.
5. A true castle, Columbia Falls.
This beautiful castle will sleep 16 people in its four bedrooms, so you can bring the whole family (or a bunch of friends) on your adventure. With views of the Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort and Glacier National Park, you may never want to leave.
6. The Broadway Hotel, Philipsburg.
Located in the heart of Philipsburg, the Broadway Hotel is a charming and historic hotel that dates back to 1890. It was completely restored in 2003, but it still has plenty of old-fashioned character.
7. Yellowstone Bluffs B&B, Miles City.
A stay at Yellowstone Bluffs is so intimate, it’s almost like spending time with family… very wealthy family that happens to have an amazing house overlooking sandstone bluffs. You won’t find accommodations with better views in Miles City.
8. Howlers Inn, Bozeman.
Howlers Inn is a bed and breakfast. It’s also a wolf sanctuary. Nowhere else in America can you stay at a relaxing, romantic bed and breakfast and listen to the songs of the resident wolf pack.
9. Gibson Mansion, Missoula.
A turn of the century Victorian mansion, restored to its original glory, right in the heart of Missoula? The Gibson Mansion almost seems to good to be true. Relax in their secluded gardens, sleep soundly in a luxurious guestroom and enjoy one of the best breakfasts in town.
Looking for a unique place to stay in Montana that also won’t break the bank? Check out these options.